Android and Windows are totally different operating systems. But that doesn't mean they can't work together on the same machine.
Will that big, sexy screen look as good on your desk as it does in your living room? Let's dig into the specifics of using an HDTV with your PC.
Windows 8 won't let you install the apps found in the Windows Store to external storage--but you can force the matter.
Just when you thought you were safe from autoplay videos, you now have to block them in HTML5 as well as Flash. Here's how--but sorry, there's no solution for Explorer.
The relationship feature in Android Contacts app can help you keep track of who knows who and how.
An overheated PC can reduce efficiency and wear down components. Here's how to find out if yours is running too hot.
Need to see that New York Times article again, but you just lost your Internet connection? If you've got Chrome or Firefox you can still get to it.
Every so often, we move from one mail client to another. But that can leave us with a lot of old emails we can't access.
We really don't know how long our photos and other digital content will last. But you can increase the odds that your great-grandchildren will enjoy the digital record of your life.
Love keyboard shortcuts? But just want one set to fast forward, rewind, and play/pause? Try out Streamkeys for Chrome.
If you like watching YouTube on your PC, but wish you had a more TV-like experience this tip is for you.
Is it an app that's acting up? Or is it Android itself that's causing you headaches? Find out for sure with Android's safe mode.
Downloading a little-known program can be scary. Take these steps to protect yourself.
Mobile malware tends to loiter in a few "bad neighborhoods" online that you should stay out of anyway.
Only need VPN-like protection for your browser and not your whole desktop? Check out TunnelBear for Chrome and Chrome OS.